3 edition of The history of the Earls and Earldom of Flanders found in the catalog.
The history of the Earls and Earldom of Flanders
by printed for D. Brown, S. Crouch, J. Taylor, and A. Bell in London
Written in English
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 8062, no. 08.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||306|
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The story of the Flight of the Earls. O’Cianain’s account of the epic journey from Rath Maolain to Rome in In September a party of ninety-nine set sale from Rath Maolain (Rathmullen) on Lough of being crushed by English rule – hope declined after the loss at Kinsale – and the continued seizure of ancient lands, the leadership of the old . Flight of the Earls by Michael K. Reynolds was a wonderful adventure filled with historical fiction that kept my interest throughout the entire book. From the west coast of Ireland comes Clare Hanley and her brother Seamus, setting out on a voyage to America, leaving behind a poor family and a potato famine in /5.
Earl of Winchester was a title that was created three times in the Peerage of England during the Middle first was Saer de Quincy, who received the earldom in /8 after his wife inherited half of the lands of the Beaumont earls of creation became extinct in upon the death without male heirs of Saer's son Roger de Quincy. J By Susan Abernethy in Medieval History, Tudor History Tags: Archduke of Austria, Battle of Bosworth, Dowager Duchess of Burgundy, earl of Desmond, earl of Kildare, Edward Earl of Warwick, Emperor Frederic III, Flanders, George Duke of Clarence, James IV King of Scots, John Atwater, John Taylor, Katherine Gordon, King Charles VIII.
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The earls next proceeded to Flanders, where they were well received by the archduke Albert, who then governed the Low Countries; and they lastly retired to Rome, where they were kindly and honourably received by The history of the Earls and Earldom of Flanders book Paul the Fifth, who, together with the King of Spain, granted pensions for their support.
The history of the Earls and Earldom of Flanders: from the first establishment of that sovereignty to the death of the late King Charles II. of Spain. Being a Relation of many Remarkable Actions that have happen'd not only in that but other Parts of Europe ; more particularly the late Wars with the French, the Treaty at Reswick, and that for dividing the Spanish Monarchy, &c.
The history of the Earls and Earldom of Flanders: from the first establishment of that sovereignty to the death of the late King Charles II. of Spain. To which is prefix'd, A. Harold had succeeded to his father’s earldom of Wessex and in Tostig was given the earldom of Northumbria; Earl Siward had died at York, leaving only a young son, Waltheof, to succeed him.
It was thought too dangerous to leave a county which bordered Scotland in the hands of a child, and so the earldom was awarded to Tostig. Orkneyinga Saga: The History of the Earls of Orkney.
Written around AD by an unnamed Icelandic author, the Orkneyinga Saga is an intriguing fusion of myth, legend and history/5(2). Earl Flanders & Company: "The Early Years.". In considering the period from –, and the attitudes within the recusant community to the acceptance or rejection of the Elizabethan Settlement, the first major event giving extensive evidence of political attitudes in the northern region is the Rising of the Northern Earls, a crisis which, as elsewhere in Elizabethan England marked the watershed for the.
The Flight of the Earls was a watershed event in Irish history, as the ancient Gaelic aristocracy of Ulster went into permanent exile.
Despite their attachment to and importance in the Gaelic system, the Earls' ancestors had accepted their Earldoms from the English-run Kingdom of Ireland in the s, under the policy of surrender and regrant.
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The Earldom of Orkney was a Norse feudal dignity in Scotland which had its origins from the Viking period. In the ninth and tenth centuries it covered more than the Northern Isles (Norðreyjar) and included Orkney, Shetland, Caithness, and ruling position of Jarl or Earl of Orkney was heritable.
Orkney and Shetland lie off the northernmost tip of Caithness on the Capital: Kirkjuvagr. When some ninety-nine persons, led by Hugh O’Neill, Earl of Tyrone and Rory O’Donnell, Earl of Tyrconnell, sailed from Rathmullen County Donegal on 14 Septemberit was destined to be probably the most momentous event in the history of the island of Ireland.
The flight paved the way for the plantation of Ulster [ ]. David Henry George Lascelles, 8th Earl of Harewood (born 21 October ), is a British hereditary peer and film and television producer.
He is the first cousin, once removed, of Queen Elizabeth II, the great-grandson of King George V and is 60th in line to the British his birth in until he succeeded his father in Julyhe was known by the courtesy title Born: David Henry George Lascelles, 21.
On SeptemHugh O'Neill, Earl of Tyrone and leader of the rebellion, Rory O'Donnell, Earl of Tyrconnell, and nearly of their family and followers fled from Ireland on a ship.
They hoped to sail to Spain, to get aid from King Philip III, /5(6). An earl (/ ɜːr l /) is a member of the nobility. The title originates in the Old English word eorl, meaning "a man of noble birth or rank." The word is cognate with the Scandinavian form jarl, and meant "chieftain", particularly a chieftain set to rule a territory in a king's Scandinavia, it became obsolete in the Middle Ages and was replaced by duke (hertig/hertug/hertog).
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Earl, title and rank of nobility in the British peerage corresponding to the French comte or German Graf (count). The title, while it confers no official power or authority, is inalienable, indivisible, and descends in regular succession to all the heirs under the limitation in the grant until, on.
So far so good but in when Cnut invaded there was a change in rulers and this led to conflict between the Danish earls and the Northumbrians. In Siward, a Dane, murdered the Northumbrian Ædulf and being already married to the previous earl of Northumbria’s daughter settled down to rule the area for himself.
Page (Chronicles of and prosperity ; the which abode not so long after, for it was in great tribulation, as ye shall hear after in this history. CHAPTER CCCXLIV How the duke of Bretayne departed out of Flanders, and how the earl of Saint-Pol was taken prisoner, and how he was married in England, and of the wars that fell then in.
History Of The Fleming Name The “Fleming” name had it’s origin from a region of either Belgium or Northern France then referred to as “Flanders”. Those who lived in this area spoke “Flemish”. The name “Fleming” refers to one who is a native of Flanders.
The Flemish and Dutch language probably derived from one another. Looking beyond the immediate Conquest years the role of Flanders remained an important one – it was to Flanders that William’s son Robert fled when he rebelled against his father in By that time Baldwin’s son Robert I was the Count having usurped the position from his young nephew Arnulf – it was a situation that would end in.John, son of Robert and seventh Earl of Sutherland, accompanied his uncle Alexander Stewart, Earl of Mar, to Flanders c The contemporary chronicler Wyntoun states that the Earl of Mar knighted some of his esquires, of whom John of Sutherland "his newew a lord apperand of vertew, Heretabil Eri of that Country.The first earl in the Orkney Islands was called Sigurd, who was a son of Eystein Giumra, and brother of Ragnvald earl of More.
After Sigurd his son Guthorm was earl for one year. After him Torf-Einar, a son of Ragnvald, took the earldom, and was long earl, and was a .